Upton Park side chase Elland Road hot-shot.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce will look to beef up his attack with a move for Leeds United striker Ross McCormack according to Football Direct News.
The Scottish international may feel the time is right to leave Elland Road for the Premier League and having netted 29 goals last term it seems a safe bet he’d be a handful in the English top tier.
McCormack moved to Leeds United from Cardiff City in August 2010 and he topped the Championship goal-scoring charts despite his side finishing in the bottom half of the table.
West Ham struggled for goals last term with Andy Carroll scoring just twice all season and a move for McCormack may be a cost effective solution to the problem.
McCormack started his career at Rangers but failed to make the grade at Ibrox before moving to Motherwell in 2006.
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